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neo33ny

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  2. I'm rebuilding the carb on my LT160. I'm having trouble getting the needle jet back in. The old one seemed to push in so it stuck up like a sixteenth of an inch inside the carb. I even tried putting the old one back in and same thing. They won't push in far enough so I can get the bleeder to screw back in. I'll post a diagram so you know what I'm talking about. It's numbers 16 and 20 on the diagram I'm having the issue with. Any help is appreciated.
  3. thanx spent lots of time on it . But well worth it . Only thing now is mount the winch and new tires.....good to go ߘ
  4. Long story short, I have an lt160 with a quad racer swingarm. It needs new front pivot bearings. Whoever swapped the swingarm used pipe and stacks of washers to space it but it still seemed to have quite a bit of play. My question is how would I go about spacing it more "legit"?. It's just going to be a beater for around the farm but I don't want it totally cob jobbed. From the looks of it, it's just a matter of aligning it, measuring and finding something to shim the gaps. Correct me if I'm wrong or if there's a better or proper way to go about this. Also not sure what I would use for spacers. Any help/tips would be appreciated. Thanks.

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